When making frozen desserts, two distinct types of freezers are
used. The continuous process freezer is what you’ll see dispensing
soft-serve ice cream and slushes in commercial establishments. It
freezes the dessert on a continuous basis and dispenses it on
demand. Additional ingredients can be added as needed without
interrupting production. As you might imagine, the demands of
the continuous freezing process make these machines complex
and very expensive.
The second – and more traditional – way to make frozen
desserts is with a batch freezer. In the batch freezing process,
ingredients are added, frozen to the desired consistency, and
removed all at once.
Your PRO LINE™ Series Frozen Dessert Maker is a premium quality,
batch-process freezer. When a freezing cycle is complete, just pull
down the handle on the professional-style dispensing head to
serve delicious frozen drinks, ice cream, and other desserts. Once
you’ve emptied the dessert maker, simply add more ingredients to
start another batch.
To obtain the best results from your frozen dessert maker, read this
use and care guide carefully. Many of the tips and suggestions will
prove invaluable for making the finest desserts possible.
12AN INTRODUCTION TO THE PRO LINE™ SERIES
FROZEN DESSERT MAKER